Where Are the Children? Trailer

Where Are the Children? Trailer (1986)

12 December 1986 Drama, Thriller, Mystery 97 mins

Thriller about the kidnapping of two children and the investigation that follows, based on the book by Mary Higgins Clark.

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Jill Clayburgh

as Nancy Holder Eldridge

Max Gail

as Clay Eldridge

Frederic Forrest

as Courtney Parrish

Elizabeth Wilson

as Dorothy Prentiss

Barnard Hughes

as Jonathan Knowles

Clifton James

as Chief Coffin

Harley Cross

as Michael Eldridge

Elisabeth Harnois

as Missy Eldridge

James Purcell

as Robin Legler

Eriq La Salle

as Deputy Bernie Miles

Louis Zorich

as Kragopoulos

Christopher Murney

as Lenny Baron


Zev Braun

Zev Braun Producer

Larry Pizer

Larry Pizer Director of Photography

Robb Wilson King

Robb Wilson King Production Design

Jane Cavedon

Jane Cavedon Set Decoration

Mary Ellen Winston

Mary Ellen Winston Costume Design

Jim Pigott

Jim Pigott Construction Coordinator

International Releases Dates

United States 12 December 1986

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